ABSAA receives funding from Canadian Institution

International stadium and complex to be built in Ituni, Guyana.

THE Alex Bunbury Sports and Academics Academy (ABSAA) is pleased to announce the full funding approval from a financial institution in Canada for the development of a US$215M project for Guyana’s first International soccer stadium and sporting complex.
The project is moving from the planning stage towards a projected construction start in September 2017.

The tireless efforts of project leader, Alex Bunbury, has seen a rapid move from conceptualisation and planning, the securing of a lease for the hundred-acre facility to financial arrangements with a financial institution in Canada.
The ABSAA has engaged Bassoo Global (Guyana) as lead consultant for the completion of the construction of the mega-sporting complex.

“We’ve been busy in consultations on the project. Our team of contractors and engineers are ready to work with Baker Barrios Architects from Florida and we’re eager to get this project started,” said Christopher Bassoo, Director of Bassoo Global.
Bunbury, who returned home after some 40 years has always dreamed of giving back to his native Guyana, the country whose flag he always waves proudly wherever he is.
“The Government of Guyana has been very supportive of the project as it will not only create large scale employment for Guyanese but has as its main objective to showcase the talents of our young people.

“We are extremely excited about this venture and we see it as a great opportunity to give back to the people of Guyana. We expect to break ground within 5 months once all paper work has been completed,” said Bunbury.
Bassoo Global is an umbrella organisation with global alliances and a team of international and local expert consultants. The entity handles strategic consulting, real estate and large-scale construction projects.